In a first, memory shown to have two distinct past and future paths

Cornell University Scientists reveal that the hippocampus region of the brain has two separate parts. One that remembers the past and one that can plan for the future.  Antonio Fernandez -Ruiz; Nancy and Peter Meinig Family Investigator in the Life Sciences, Assistant Professor in neurobiology and behavior is quoted as saying, “We uncovered that two different neural codes support these very important aspects of memory and cognition, and can be dissociated, as we did experimentally.” To read article in New Atlas

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Antonio Fernandez-Ruiz